Carrie Cuthbert

Development Director

Carrie oversees all fundraising activities for Free Press and the Free Press Action Fund. Before joining Free Press, Carrie served for more than eight years as founding co-director of the Women's Rights Network, a human rights organization working to end violence against women, and for three years on the development team at Amherst College. She's a member of the board of Safe Passage, which serves survivors of domestic violence. Carrie earned a B.A. in anthropology from Amherst College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Outside of work she can be found experimenting in the kitchen, hiking mountain trails, drinking chai, devouring fiction — and driving carpools.

Blogs

  • Five Top Threats to Your Rights to Connect and Communicate in the Trump Era

    September 18, 2017
    The Trump administration, the FCC, Congress and greedy companies are attacking people’s rights to connect and communicate so relentlessly that staying on top of everything that’s happening can feel like an impossible task. Check out this list of five of the biggest threats.
  • Free Press Supporters Are Fueling the Fight

    August 22, 2017
    With the open internet under attack, thousands of Free Press members donated to our $100K in 100 Days campaign to save Net Neutrality. Thanks to their generosity, we exceeded our goal and are continuing to work around the clock to stop the Trump FCC from handing control of the internet over to companies like Comcast and Verizon.
  • 100 Days of Disruption

    February 3, 2017
    Donald Trump’s first two weeks in the White House put people's safety, freedoms and rights under siege like never before. But our 100 Days of Disruption Campaign is putting the president and his collaborators on notice.

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